Cincinnati Reds' Homer Bailey Throws No-Hitter Versus The Pirates

Bailey went into the game hoping for a good performance. He must have exceeded his expectations as he threw the 7th no-hitter this year. "I looked up at the scoreboard (after the fifth inning) to see if I had hit 200 and saw a couple of zeros," Bail »»

MLB News: Cincinnati Reds Agree To Contract With Edgar Renteria

The World Series MVP reportedly has a new home. »»

An Affiliate Marriage, The Last Two Standing

How and why did the Cincinnati Reds Single A team end up in Bakersfield?   It seems strange that a team that has kept its Single A team in the east coast Carolina League to all of a sudden move west.  The Cincinnati Reds affiliates that are lower »»

Hall of Fame baseball manager Sparky Anderson dies

The baseball community recently lost one of its most recognizable living Hall of Famers, Sparky Anderson. Anderson, who led the Cincinnati Reds to two World Championships and the Detroit Tigers to one, died November 4 at age 76. He managed the Red »»

MLB News: Cincinnati Reds Agree To Contract Extension With Dusty Baker

The deal got finished right before the Reds head to Philadelphia to start the playoffs. »»

MLB News: Former Reds and Cardinals third baseman Don Lang passes away at 95

95-year-old Don Lang, one of the few remaining baseball players from the 1930s, passed away on September 1. Lang spent two seasons in the major leagues, played a decade apart—he first played for the Cincinnati Reds in 1938, hitting .260 in 21 ga »»

Jim Edmonds Gets Traded to the Cincinnati Reds

The Morris Daily Herald reports that "The Cincinnati Reds are likely hoping Jim Edmonds does for them something similar to what he did for the Cubs during their 97-win 2008 season that culminated with an NL Central title." Read the full story here »»

IP Sports Baseball Deadline Roundtable: Roy Oswalt

Will Roy Oswalt be traded and what should the Astros be asking for? Trent: In all honesty, given his results this season, I don't imagine him going anywhere within the division and probably won't be moved unless the Astros either help pay part of th »»

New Suitor for Roy Oswalt

According to Jim Hayes of Fox Sports Midwest, the Cincinnati Reds are inquiring on Astro Ace Roy Oswalt. »»

2 Stories of Near Perfection...Armando Galarraga and Ken Griffey Jr.

Yesterday was a huge day for Major League Baseball, as we saw an almost perfect game and an almost perfect player retire. Travesty in Detroit I didn't get to watch the game between the Tigers and Indians, but the Cardinals radio broadcasters were pr »»

MLB News: St. Louis Cardinals Re-Call Aaron Miles

In a waste of a roster spot, the Cardinals have promoted infielder/midget Aaron Miles from Double A Springfield. Miles, who played with the Cardinals from 2006-08, signed with the Cubs in 2009. After a crappy season, Miles was traded to the Athleti »»

Reds Memories: The Greatest Moments in Cincinnati Reds History - DVD Review

Reds Memories: The Greatest Moments in Cincinnati Reds History is the perfect gift for a young fan wanting to discover the past glories of the Big Red Machine. »»

IP Sports Presents...Stephen Jordan

Every other Tuesday, IP Sports is going to be bringing you a guess blogger. First up, Stephen Jordan... Jimmy Wynn: Overcoming Adversity Baseball writers always like to discuss and debate what players are the most overrated and the most underrated »»

The Sorry State of the NL Central

It was only a few years ago that the NL Central looked pretty good; the Cardinals were always in the mix, the Cubs would battle right there with them, and the Astros always had their say in the standings. Over time, Milwaukee improved to be part of »»

30 Teams in 30 Days: Cincinnati Reds Roundtable

Our guest bloggers is Matt Seybold from The Sporting Hippeaux. Question 1 - Will Jay Bruce hit for average? Jeff: I would very surprised to see Bruce hit much higher than .250 -- he is TERRIBLE on the road, and I don't think that lineup offers a »»

30 Teams in 30 Days: Cincinnati Reds Preview

Cincinnati Reds 2009: 78-84, 4th NL Central 2009 Review: While the Reds did win 4 more games than the previous season, many in the organization would still say the season was a failure. First off, they were still in the bottom half of the divison »»

Inside Pulse Sports Hall of Fame Inductee 6: Pete Rose

The sixth and final IP Sportswriter's inductee. »»

Under the Radar: Even More Interesting Baseball Moves

Big names have been moving all over the place recently. Jim Thome signed with the Twins, Ben Sheets signed with the Athletics, and Rick Ankiel signed with the Royals. Ah, but who cares. Here's the real important stuff. One of the most interesting mo »»

How Did They Get Their Name - Part 5 of 6, the National League Central

I was watching a baseball game on television during the 2009 baseball season, and I started to wonder about the teams that were playing and how they got their names. I started to do a little research into some team names and found the history intere »»

2010 MLB Free Agent Class: Part 5

Over the next few weeks, I'll be looking at the 2010 free agent class by team. I'll list all of the free agents along with their Free Agent Status (A/B). NL Central Chicago Cubs Chad Fox John Grabow - A Kevin Gregg - A Rich Harden - B Reed Johnson »»

Pulse Figures Presents...Images of McFarlane's MLB Jackie Robinson Day 3-Pack & Yankees 2-Pack released the information & images of their Opening Day multipacks that will be on the shelves right next to MLB 2009 wave 1. Jackie Robinson 3-Pack Jackie Robinson is one of the greatest baseball players of all time - his career is defined »»

MLB News and Notes

Angels clinch AL West crown with win over Yanks, Rangers' loss...ChiSox slugger Konerko has sprained MCL, return up in air...Braves manager Cox vows to return next year...Twins to push for 2014 All-Star Game...Brewers claim Coffey from Reds...Rays C Riggans needs knee surgery...Reds' Phillips to have surgery on broken finger...Giants' Lewis to have season-ending surgery...Grievance hearing on Alvarez begins...Padres pick up Haeger off waivers »»

Big Name Dealt After the Deadline

Arizona adds a big bat to contend in the West. »»

Griffey Hits 600

George Kenneth Griffey Jr joins exclusive company. »»

Coming Soon to a Ballpark Near You: Jay Bruce

Name: Jay Bruce Team: Cincinnati Reds DOB: April 3, 1987 Drafted: 1st Round (12th overall), 2005 Acquired: Draft Awards: 2007 Futures Game selection, 2007 FSL Mid Season All Star, 2007 Baseball America Minor League Player of the Year. »»

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